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The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

Chowly acquires online ordering company Koala

The order-integration provider said the deal will bring tech used by big chains to small restaurants.


Silicon Valley’s CloudChef wants to be the Spotify of food

The startup founded by three college friends says it can replicate the work of famous chefs, expanding access to one-of-a-kind meals.

Tech Check: AI sensation ChatGPT says workers need not fear its kind. But it may be underestimating restaurants’ labor woes.

The system will be able to prepare, cook and store pizzas. It’s being pitched to QSRs, ghost kitchens and convenience stores.

The software allows hospitality employees to instantly access digital tips rather than waiting for their employer to convert them to cash.

It is one of a growing number of providers focused on digitizing wholesale ordering and payments for restaurants.

The virtual brand provider will look to offer more options that satisfy whole households, which tend to be heavy delivery users.

The coffee giant is expanding its deal with DoorDash nationwide and expects delivery to be available in all 50 states by March.

Despite hefty prices, customers across incomes and age groups are saying yes to the convenience, according to a new survey from Nextbite.

Das, who is also the tech company’s chief legal officer and corporate secretary, will leave at the end of March. Her replacement was not named.

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